Presentation on theme: "Hummingbirds ~ Mrs. Pekszyc / Mrs. Sommers Kingfishers ~ Miss Kitchener Supported By: Mrs. Barber and Mrs. Bullen French and Music: Delivered by Miss."— Presentation transcript:
Reading Every child is heard at least once a week Focused reading session every morning ▪ Rotation of activities across the week which include: Group Reading, Group Writing, Story Telling, Individual Quiet Reading, Topic Research and Reading Comprehensions Home Readers Our aim is to sustain the children’s interest in reading It is still important that children read everyday Please return yellow Reading Record everyday and ensure the reading book is in their book bag so they can change it or continue reading it at school Short comments appreciated by you or your child Home school contact – any notes etc. We record how often home readers are changed and encourage independence in choosing a variety of books
Library Once a week on a Wednesday Enjoy and discuss books at home In addition to home reader Take home a number game or talking story as an alternative
Learning at Home Generally, to be set and handed in every other Friday Children will need a ring binder with plastic wallets to file their work Learning at Home sheet will be uploaded onto the Learning Platform plus any useful websites or resources Work completed at home on the computer can be uploaded onto the Learning Platform Work will be displayed in the classroom and children given opportunity to share their work
PE Kits to be left at school Wednesday and Friday No earrings or other jewellery (small purse) Long hair tied back, no hard head bands (spare hair bands) Shorts and T-shirt for indoor PE (e.g. Dance and Gymnastics) Spare socks, jumper, jogging bottoms and trainers for outdoor activities (e.g. Games and Athletics) Swimming every Tuesday during first half of Summer Term No beach style shorts or bikinis
Morning Whistle blown at 8:50am Children met by Class Teacher Any messages can be handed in as a note or written in the Home Reader book Playground door is closed at 9:00am, if arrive after this time sign in at the school office Break Now the children are in Key Stage 2 they are no longer entitled to the ‘Free Fruit Scheme’ therefore we encourage children to bring in a healthy snack for morning break time Please put this in a separate named container to their lunchbox We also recommend that the children bring in a water bottle, again please can you name this The children can have juice cartons in their lunch boxes
Home Time Children attending after school clubs or Beehive will be sent to these (lists provided) Class teacher will follow children out onto playground to meet parents / carers Going home with a friend? Please inform class teacher with a brief letter or note in Home Reader
Enrichment Afternoon Our team of Support Staff, led by Mrs. J Mackey, plan and deliver enrichment projects on a Wednesday afternoon Children work in mixed groups (Y3 and Y4) on a variety of projects lasting 2-3 weeks Sometimes additional resources are requested or other clothing is required
Please name ALL clothes –PE kit –Uniform –Coats –Jumpers Money Clearly labelled envelope: –Name –Class –Amount –Purpose Dinner money on Monday
Helpers – If you are brave enough to help on a regular basis or as and when you can just let us know ▪ Listening to readers ▪ Resources preparation ▪ Filing ▪ Displays ▪ Any other special talents?! School Bags –Book bag ~ kept in classroom box (contents emptied every morning) –PE Bag ~ draw string type hung on pegs in corridor
The Year 3s will be performing their Christmas show on Thursday 11 th December.
Please feel free to see us any day after school… We’re here to help!